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Q: Does dead phloem make up bark?
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Do dead phloem make up bark?

Yes they do. The Phloem make up the innermost layer of the bark.


Does dead pholem make up bark?

Does dead pholem make up bark. Bark is made up of primary cortex and very little amount of dead cells of primary phloem after formation of cork cambium as a result of secondary growth in the cortex.


Would it be true to say that dead phloem makes up bark?

yes


What tissues make up bark?

Bark is made up of the rhytidome (mainly dead tissue), cork (living tissue), the cork cambium, and the phloem. Really, bark is everything OUTSIDE the vascular cambium.


What made up of phloem tissue and a cork cambium that protect the stem?

Bark makes up the phloem tissue and a cork cambium that protects the stem.


What made up of phloem tissue and a cork cambium that protects the stem?

bark


What is made up of dead phloem protects the phloem beneath it?

When secondary growth sets in, the primary phloem is pushed and crushed towards cortex, it ultimately protects secondary phloem.


What do Xylem and phloem make up in a plant?

veins


Tree bark is made of which tissues?

What is the Wood Of A tree Made Of?The Bark of a tree is made from old xylem tubes that have hardened. The Old Tubes of Xylem ( which make up a trees rings along with phloem) no longer transport the water and minerals, so as the stuff in it begins to fill up that space in the tube it becomes hard. Then the old tube is considered the wood of the tree which is bark.


Which tissues make up the vascular bundles What do they do?

Xylem and phloem.....


What does the phloem and xylem cell make up?

the vascular system


Are xylem and phloem types of tissues?

xylem and phloem aren't tissues by themselves, but together they make up vascular tissue.


Is bark on a tree living?

The inner bark of a tree is made up of living tissue, while the outer bark is mostly dead tissue. In general, they are made up of living cells, so yes.


What does a bark beetle eat?

Bark beetles bore through the bark to eat the tasty nutrients in the inner bark known as the phloem and cambium layers. If they eat all the way around the tree, they will girdle the tree and the tree will die. Girdling cuts the trees food tubes and it will be unable to send nutrients up and down the trunk.


Do dead xylem and phloem cells turn into cambium?

No, cambium is made up of actively dividing living cells.


What are the two types of vascular tissues that make up a vascular bundle?

The xylem and the phloem make up the vascular bundle.


What three items make up the vascular bundles?

The phloem, the xylem, and the cambium


What two cell types make up xylem amd phloem?

Xylem - Tracheids and Vessels. Phloem - Sieve-tube cells and Companion cells.


What is a sentence for phloem?

A plant's Vascular is made up of Phloem............


What does tree bark do?

Protect the living inner parts of a tree.Actually, that's half of the barks job. The outer, nonliving part of the bark, called the epidermis, protects the tree. The inner, living part of the bark, called the phloem,transports the products of photosynthesis in the leaves back down the tree to nourish it. The sapwood in the tree's woody part hauls water and nutrients up to the leaves and the phloem hauls the "food" that is produced back down.


How do the xylem and phloem serve as a life-support system for plants?

They make up the vascular system. Xylem transports water, and phloem transports sugars.


What do Xylem and Phloem tissue makes what kind of system in a plant?

They make up the vascular system. Xylem transports water, and phloem transports sugars.


Which two vascular tissues make up the stem?

The xylem and the phloem are present in the stem.


What two types of tissue make up the vascular system of plants?

xylem and phloem


Does oxygen move up in a phloem?

No...the phloem transports organic molecules, primarily sugar up and down.